India's largest car maker Maruti Suzuki India today launched the new Maruti Alto in petrol and CNG options priced between Rs. 2.44 lakh to Rs. 3.56 lakh.
Last weekend was the most unsuccessful one for Bollywood this year. All three releases — Aiyyaa, Bhoot Returns and Makkhi — were duds at the box-office.
Opposition parties might charge Prime Minister Manmohan Singh with maintaining silence on key issues but he addresses gatherings every third day, his office said.
The unexpected announcement came a day after Citigroup published its third-quarter earnings. The board unanimously elected Michael Corbat, manager of the bank's business in Europe, the Middle East and Africa, to succeed Vikram Pandit.
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Maruti launches new Alto
Vikram Pandit resigns as Citigroup CEO
Flop show! Bollywood hit by dud wave
PM not on silent mode: PMO